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Black and white photo of Hubble's store in Galloway, MO, selling antiques, dry goods, nostalgia.

Topographical map of the Galloway quadrangle of the city of Springfield.

Black and white photo of a portion of the Ash Grove Lime Plant, Galloway, MO.

Black and white photo of the Ash Grove Lime and Portland Cement Co. at Galloway, MO. An Aerial view.

Black and white photo of an automobile on a country road near Galloway,MO. Al White is at left, the child is Horace McDaniel. Written on the back,"EMF car Every Morning Fixit doing its funny trick wheels locked."

Black and white print from a postcard of Hollet H. Snow holding two white or dapple grey draft horses. Snow was born in Greene County near Galloway Station in 1847, and died Aug. 4, 1929, at his home at 10805 Main in Springfield. He was a county law officer for 40 years, city marshall from 1881-1888, on the city police force for 2 years, a deputy, detective, and constable of Campbell township.

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